Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Churchyard Snowdrops

 


21 comments:

  1. We don’t have snowdrops in Texas or at least I have never seen any. What a welcome sight they would be since it seems they are an indication of Warner weather to come....
    Thanks for the visit. Janey

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    1. I'm not sure they would grow there because of the climate.

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  2. They look a bit like tulips, I think. Beautiful.

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  3. The Snowdrops are starting to bloom in our neighborhood here. Love this sign of spring!

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    1. Something I love seeing in January, even have a few daffodils showing there heads now

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  4. Those are just precious little snowdrops.

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    1. Always worth visiting the churchyards for them

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  5. When I see these, I miss living on the coast! At least 2 months before the Snowdrops appear here! Have a marvellously Happy Day!

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  6. Early blooms are so welcome!

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  7. How pretty! They make me happy!

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  8. Oh Billy!
    The first signs of spring are already here. Beautiful snowdrops and a great photo.
    Hugs and greetings.

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